I may or may not have squeed like a fangirl when I got a Facebook app alert that a brand new app was available to download for Facebook Page admins. I’ve been wanting a more fully featured Facebook app ever since I created my first Page three years ago. However, a bit of disappointment promptly followed my app download.
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They spoke about how they got their show started in social media, how they’ve integrated social media and TV, affects social media has had on their show, and how local foodies can get on their shows.
I (Dallas Foodie) recently received the slightly offensive email, below, from a publicist. This email is similar to others I’ve received from publicists who seem to hope social media influencers will share their press releases. Instead of replying to this one PR agent, I am posting my response as a blog in hopes that other public relations agents will understand what they are asking and how they can write more effective PR emails for social media influencers.
Have you ever seen a Facebook status with more Likes, Comments, and Shares than this photo posted by Earthian on Oct 11, 2011?